August 25– 29 On view at Fourteen30 Contemporary 1501 SW Market Street, Portland OR 97201 https://fourteen30.com
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I wonder? Could I use a bulb to capture a moonbeam, or maybe even… a moon-bow ??? The mythical… supposed subtle streaks of color riding the curvy lip of a full moon And what is a moon-bow anyways if not just a story… like a long-sung Phoenix bird of Greek Legend? ??? But then… what if I promised you that I have seen a Phoenix ???
About Ray Rogers
Ray Rogers is an artist and photographer on the Central Coast of California. She is a water-daughter, obsessed with being in the water since the moment she first rambled on her own two-feet. Her work celebrates the emergent spirit of men and women as they stumble from youth into adulthood. Nods of nostalgia, the retro, the weird; each of her photographs and musings emphasize story. Cruisin' with her upcycled 35mm, Ray works almost exclusively with film and transparency. Her passion is color and working the camera and film synergistically to create dreamy color warps and distortions.